MICKI DICKOFF and TONY PAGANO, Directors
Emmy Award-winning director Micki Dickoff has been an independent filmmaker and social activist for three decades. Her production company, Pro Bono Productions, produces socially significant narrative and documentary films. Her films have dealt with AIDS, human rights, and the justice system, and have been broadcast on national and international television and honored at festivals around the world. Her films include award-winning documentaries Too Little, Too Late, Deadly Ambition, Step By Step and Neshoba, and dramatic films Mother, Mother, Our Sons and In the Blink of an Eye.
Neshoba is Tony Pagano’s feature directorial début. With a career spanning 32 years in the commercial and network broadcast industry, Tony spent 17 years at the ABC News Magazine 20/20, first as an editor, then location audio, and finally as their leading Director of Photography. Tony currently owns and operates his independent production company Pagano Productions.